Knoll Introduces Exclusive Pride Petal End Table to be Donated in Support of LGBTQ+ Nonprofits
These limited-edition tables in a rainbow colorway, originally designed by Richard Shultz, will be donated to help nonprofit organizations raise funds to support the global LGBTQ+ community through auctions
This June, as we come together to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community, Knoll is honoring Pride Month by creating a special edition Pride Petal End Table designed by Richard Schultz. The limited-edition tables will be donated to nonprofit organizations to raise funds through auctions to support and progress LGBTQ+ rights in communities worldwide.
Selected in partnership with the company’s corporate foundation and LGBTQ+ Equity Team, the global nonprofit partners will use the tables to raise funds for their organizations. Nonprofits include OutRight Action International, Hetrick-Martin Institute, Lambert House, New Avenues for Youth, London Friend, Casa Frida Refugio LGBT+, and more.
“At Knoll, we believe in the power of inclusivity and creating environments where everyone belongs,” said Alana Stevens, President of Knoll. “This is a unique opportunity for Knoll to directly support and partner with many organizations making a difference in the global LGTBQ+ community so everyone can feel safe, accepted, and valued.”
The Petal End Table, introduced in 1960, has been an enduring classic of the Knoll collection. This special edition table is valued at $1,500 and is made in a rainbow color orientation. These Pride Petal End Tables are not available to purchase.
To learn more about Knoll’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, visit knoll.com/diversity-and-inclusion.
A globally recognized leader in modern design and the founding sponsor of the World Monuments Fund Modernism at Risk program, Knoll uses modern design to create places people love to be. Our commitment to modern design and ongoing dialogue with designers and customers has yielded a timeless collection of pioneering products for high-performance workplaces, work-from-home settings, and luxury residential interiors. A recipient of the National Design Award for Corporate and Institutional Achievement from the Smithsonian`s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Knoll has championed sustainable practices in manufacturing, and can help organizations meet their sustainability goals.